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GMRS Frequencies

Posted 03 May 2005
Updated 13 Jun 2005

Only individuals can obtain a GMRS radio station license, and only members of the person's immediate family can operate the radio stations under that individual licensees control. This doesn't mean you are limited to talking with only members of your immediate household! Nothing in the rules forbids you from carrying on your personal business commercial or non-commercial personal communication while talking with other GMRS licensees.

Be prepared to share the channels. There are still a large number of "grandfathered" business licensees using GMRS frequencies. These were licensed under the old Class A CB rules and are restricted from modifying their licenses or improving their radio systems. The FCC no longer licenses businesses in GMRS.

How do you gain access to a radio repeater? You either have to know someone willing to add you to their system or you have to install your own(rather expensive). No repeater owner is obligated to make their repeater available to you even though the new FCC rules say written permission to use GMRS repeaters is no longer required. GMRS repeaters are private property and owners responsible for the proper operation of these repeaters may have those repeaters turned off to prevent unauthorized access.

General Mobile Radio Service
Recv
MHz
Xmit
MHz
Note
462.5625 462.5625 *FRS 1
462.5875 462.5875 FRS 2
462.6125 462.6125 FRS 3
462.6375 462.6375 FRS 4
462.6625 462.6625 FRS 5
462.6875 462.6875 FRS 6
462.7125 462.7125 FRS 7
462.550 462.550 Simplex
462.550 467.550 Repeater
462.575 462.575 Simplex
462.575 467.575 Repeater
462.600 462.600 Simplex
462.600 467.600 Repeater
462.625 462.625 Simplex
462.625 467.625 Repeater
462.650 462.650 Simplex
462.650 467.650 Repeater
462.675 462.675 Simplex
462.675 467.675 Repeater *See below
462.700 462.700 Simplex
462.700 467.700 Repeater
462.725 462.725 Simplex
462.725 467.725 Repeater
* GMRS shares FRS 1-7
*Nationwide emergency and road information calling.
Nationally recognized CTCSS for 675 emergency repeater operation is 141.3 Hz.





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